Backspace isn’t working in Google Chrome. You know what that means — you’ve been typing away for hours without realizing you’re actually deleting everything you just typed. If you want to go back one step, you’ll have to hit Ctrl+Z. But if you really want to delete something, you’ll have to use the Delete key. Here are three ways to make sure backspace works again in Chrome.
What causes the ‘backspace not working’ error?
The Backspace key is one of those keys that we use every single day without even thinking about it. When you press the Backspace key, it takes you back to where you were just seconds ago. But recently, there have been some issues with the Backspace key that people keep getting stuck in the middle of typing something into a web form. This happens because the Backspace key doesn’t work anymore. This problem occurs mostly on Windows computers, and the reason why it happens isn’t clear.